Ancient Egypt's first emperor
A symbol of immortality
a statue with a ruler's head and a lion's body
The ________ stone unlocked the meaning of hieroglyphics
Ancient Egyptian called their country __________, which means Black Land
experts in the field of Egyptology
the occupation of most Egyptians
the Egyptian form of writing
the outer coffin
a salt used to preserve bodies
an irrigation tool
a name plate for Pharaohs
an ancient Egyptian board game
jars used to store the internal organs of a mummified body
a dynastic ruler of ancient Egypt
the capital of ancient Egypt during the Old Kingdom
The name of the river, which flows through ancient Egypt
Egyptians believed that a pharaoh became a ________ when he died
a writer of records
a Pharaoh/s tomb
adult Egyptians outlined their ________
the chief food in the diet of most Egyptians
The name of the King of Ancient Egypt
I am the location of three pyramids
These images form the written word of Ancient Egypt
This famed beauty was the last Queen of Ancient Egypt
My black or green skin suits my role as the god of the underworld. Who am I?
I travel through the sky during the day as the sun. Who am I?
I am the mother of the eternal king. Who am I?
This sea borders Egypt to the North
This is the number of dynasties throughout Egyptian history
The process of preparing the King for burial
Aswan High Dam
Area in Nile River with large boulders
area in river where silt and mud collect to form new land
Kings and Queens of egypt
a ruling family that keeps control over time
famous female pharaoh
strong feeling of love, loyalty, committement
belief in many gods
most important god in ancient Egypt
god of the dead and underworld
paper used by egyptians that is made from river reeds
skilled workers who practiced a handicraft
study of the structure of the human body
the buying and selling of goods and services
queen mothers of Nubia
hard white material made from tusks of elephants
black wood from western Africa used for trade with Egypt
The largest continent.
Highest mountain in Asia.
The ______ Wall of China.
Biggest country in Africa.
The longest river in Africa.
Mount Everest is part of this mountain range.
The Victoria Falls is found on this continent.
The richest country in the world is on this continent.
Walt ______ World.
On what continent is the Amazon Rain Forest?
This continent is found at the South Pole.
Smallest country in the world is on this continent.
This landmark is in Paris.
Kangaroos are found on this continent.
The _____ River flows north through Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea.
This area of the Nile River, in Lower Egypt, fans out and drops its silt.
Skilled workers who practice a handicraft- such as weaving or pottery
The _____ Lands- what the Ancient Egyptians called the narrow strips of fertile land on the banks of the Nile.
The _____ Land- what Ancient Egyptians called the deserts that surrounded them.
Groups of rocky rapids that made travelling upstream on the Nile very difficult.
A "king" of Egypt- the top of the Egyptian social pyramid
Belief in more than one god
A body preserved through a special process
_____ kept the records for Egypt's bureaucracy
A system of offices and officials that handle the business of government
A rock -filled rapid in a river
Rich, fertile soil deposited by the flooding of a river
The place at the mouth of a river where it splits into several streams to form an area shaped like a triangle.
The title of the kings of ancient Egypt
a family of rulers.
someone who rules for a child until the child is old enough to rule.
The next life , in which the dead are believed to live again.
a dead body preserved in lifelike condition.
a huge building with four sloping outside walls shaped like triangles.
a kind of picture writing in which some pictures stand for ideas or things and other stand for sound.
an early form of paper made from a reedlike plant found in the marshy areas of the Nile delta
a scientist who studies the stars and other objects in the sky.
a worker who is especially skilled in making something ,such as baskets , leather, goods, tools, jewelry , pottery, or clothes.
an area in ancient Egypt, in the northern Nile River region.
an area in ancient Egypt in the Nile Valley, south of the rivers 's delta and the 30th northern parallel
founder of the first Egyptian dynasty ; unified upper and Lower Egypt; founded the capital of Memphis.
an ancient city capital of Upper Egypt ; site of the Great Pyramids.
French scholar; first to decode egyptians hieroglyphics.
prince of Nubia; became king of Nubia and Egypt in 690 B.C.
a market town in present-day Sudan; an ancient Nubian city.
a city of ancient Nubia in present-day Sudan.
one of the three most powerful Nubian kingdoms; located between the third and forth cataracts of the Nile River in Upper Nubia.
an ancient region in northeastern Africa that extended from the Nile Valley in Egypt to present-day Sudan ,specifically between second and sixth cataracts.
an ancient region in northern Africa extending from the Nile Valley in Egypt to present-day Sudan,specifically between the first and the second Nile cataracts.
Greek author who traveled throughout the known world; wrote about the wars between Greece and persian in the history, the first major historical work of ancient times.
Group of rocky rapids
An area where soil and sediment are carried by water and dropped at the mouth of a river.
Skilled workers who practice a handicraft
A ruler of Egypt
The study of the structure of the body and its organs
The ____ River in Egypt; the main source of life.
Female (woman) ruler of Egypt
Believing in MORE than one God
A drawing or symbol that represents a word or sound
To trade goods/services WITHOUT using money
Egyptian literature; "The Book of the ____"
Leader of Egypt who liked war; _____ II
A type of government that has a system of offices and officials.
The Kingdom SOUTH of Egypt; it linked Egypt to Africa.